Treasure Garden announces partnership with Laurie Rudd Public Relations and Marketing

BALDWIN PARK, Calif. - Treasure Garden, award-winning manufacturer of luxury outdoor shade products, announced it has retained Laurie Rudd of Laurie Rudd Public Relations and Marketing to aid in its public relations efforts through traditional and new media venues.

Rudd will be charged with assisting in the creation of publicity strategies to further market the company's Treasure Garden and Shademaker brands.

"We feel Laurie Rudd's input and enthusiasm with regard to this industry will be an asset to our marketing team and we look forward to working with her," said Jeff B. Dorough, vice president of sales and marketing, Treasure Garden. "We look to the association to raise the level of awareness of our products and our story to not only the outdoor industry, but to consumers as well."

Since 1984, Treasure Garden has manufactured a wide selection of shade products and has won the Manufacturer of the Year for Shade Products award from the retail membership of the International Casual Furnishings Association multiple times. For more than a decade, the Shademaker division has offered contract and commercial grade shade products for restaurants, resorts and hospitality facilities worldwide.

Laurie Rudd Public Relations and Marketing, located in Winterville, N.C., has worked in building brands and creating national exposure for clients across the outdoor segment as well as the business and professional categories since 2007. As a freelance writer, Rudd's articles on outdoor living topics have been published in numerous consumer and trade publications.

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